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Our services include, but are not limited to:

  • Technology Development
  • Technology Transfer & Implementation
  • Technology Assessment
  • Literature Searches & Article Retrieval
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  • Numerical & Process Modeling
  • Materials Development
  • Process Development
  • Nondestructive Test Method Development
  • Joint Industry Projects

Don’t see the type of applied research service you need? Email info@ewi.org and ask. The above is not an exhaustive list.

  • Membership
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  • Commercialization Partnerships
  • Technology Roadmapping

Don’t see the type of strategic service you’re looking for? Email info@ewi.org and ask. The above is not an exhaustive list.

  • Product Design Support
  • Procedure Development
  • Scale-up & Pre-production
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  • Process Assessment
  • Process Improvement
  • Supply Chain Support
  • Health & Safety Consulting
  • Testing & Evaluation
  • Numerical & Process Modeling
  • Production Troubleshooting
  • Failure Analysis
  • Codes & Standards Interpretation
  • Manufacturing Equipment Specification
  • Automation & Controls
  • Inspection Systems
  • Nondestructive Evaluation
  • Quality Assurance
  • Materials Selection
  • Process Selection
  • Repair Procedure Development
  • Pre-production Prototyping
  • Training
  • Product Life Extension & Sustainment
  • Lab Services

Don’t see the type of manufacturing support you’re after? Email info@ewi.org and ask. The above is not an exhaustive list.

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